Pros CPU, Price
Cons Vista, battery life
Summary I got this computer at Best Buy during a special so i saved a considerable amount. this computer might not be the best if you are a gamer but for the price, ($799 when i got it) it does come with some good features (ex. Core 2 Duo), great for everyday computing. So far I am very happy with the computer though the Cons are Vista and the battery life. Vista makes it run slow but adding extra ram helps it alot (2Gb recommended). Great for students! oh by the way, WoW runs fine!
Pros bright and fast
Cons Over Heats, Burns, Short battery Life
Summary I just brought this computer a few months ago and It over heats and can burns.
Plus the battery life is short less than 1hr.
Pros price, performance
Cons no software included, VISTA
Summary I love this computer, especially for the money. The delete button is in a wierd place, but it's amazing how fast you get used to it. THe worst part of the computer is VISTA!
Pros good price
Cons average computer
Summary I've had this computer since March. At first it was really slow. I added 1 GB of ram and it picked up speed right away. Still average but great price. I recommend it if you don't play with video games.
Pros Stylish, easy, and maximun bang for the buck.
Cons Battery power, RAM, and screen.
Summary All in all this is a great laptop for the money. I purchased a Lenovo N3100 prior to this and it was $899 with $150 mail in rebate (sucks). I was not impressed in the least. So I shopped around and found this Toshiba for a low cost. Granted I hate Toshiba's product, there cheap and break, but I decided to give it a chance because it cost $599 in store. Overpriced by $100, but this is a very responsive, efficient, and fun laptop. I removed all of the Micros0ft apps and other crap that came with it, downloaded Linux and a few other FREE open source platforms and for $89 beefed up the RAM by 1 GB. Now this laptop screems and works fantastically. I recommend for cheap, yet fashionable business types.